The Value of Creativity

Developing Creativity In Students In A Global Society

Prioritize & Innovate

  • Globalization requires new and innovative approaches to education, producing graduates who understand the complex interconnections between politics, cultures, economies and technologies around the world.


  • While these students may be seen as not wanting to follow the traditional rules while in school; their creativity is what drives this nation into a global social economy.

Enhance & Promote

  • Make Small Changes to Make a Big Difference:
    *Increase exposure to creativity work
    *Foster intellectual curiosity
    *Provide an atmosphere in which creativity effort is valued


  • As teachers, we need to work to develop our student's creativity and critical thinking skills both in the classroom and in life.

Ruby M. King

University Of Phoenix

MED560: Secondary Teaching Strategies



References:


Mescolotto, L. M. (2010). Supporting right-brained thinking. Science Teacher, 77(6), 36-39


Fletcher, T. S. (2011). Creative thinking in schools: Finding the "Just Right" challenge for

students. Gifted Child Today, 34(2), 37-42.


Link To Prezi Presentation By: Ruby M. King

https://prezi.com/vwcctycnjeum/edit/#4_95982358